Holiday Foods That Are Actually Good for You
1. Brussels sprouts
Neda Varbanova of Healthier with Nedi, a licensed gourmet dietitian and holistic wellness consultant with a master's degree in food studies.
Cauliflower is the ideal side dish for vegetarians, says Maya Feller, MS, RD, CDN of Maya Feller Nu
Take a peek at these 25 creative cauliflower cooking methods.
3. Acorn squash
An antioxidant known to protect against cardiovascular disease and malignancy.
It is also a healing substance that aids in the fight against chronic inflammation.
Consider using pomegranate seeds as an alternative to bacon when cooking Brussels sprouts.
Consider incorporating this bird into your holiday dishes even after Thanksgiving.
6. Collard greens
This moderate green is recommended by Feller as a sautéed, stewed, or steamed side dish.
Raw collards greens are composed of 90 percent water and are a rich source of vitamin C.
Contrary to prevalent belief, a yam is neither a sweet potato nor a type of sugar potato (even thou
gh supermarkets may interchange the terms).
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